Art Student Employment and Internships
Internships are available through local businesses, such as regional museums and historical societies. Information can be obtained through the Career Development Center.
Student assistantships are available through the work-study program. Opportunities are available in the Slide Library, Bannister Gallery, the Art Education Program, the Art Office and in various studios. You apply for work study at the Career Development Center.
A graduate assistantship may be available in the Slide Library. This position includes a stipend plus tuition remission for one year. Apply at the Office of Graduate Studies.
For more information on student employment and internships, visit the Career Development Center.